Crestwood Sports Scan

Crestwood clobbered Coughlin, 14-1, in a baseball game played April 9.

Evan Knapp led the Comets, driving in four home runes and scoring one. Caladie and Kindler also each went 2-for-3 for the winners.

Caladie, Macko, Darden Taleroski and Kindler crossed the plate twice for Crestwood.

Brozen was the winning pitcher.

On April 10, Crestwood dominated Hazleton Area en route 10-0 win.

Corey Chalk pitched a five-inning shutout for the Comets that included five strike outs. Scoring for Crestwood were Caladie (2), Darden (2), Macko (1), Knapp (1), Palmiero (1), Buffano (1), and Toronzi (2).

Crestwood lost to Wyoming Valley West by a score of 6-1 on April 11.

The lone run for the Conets was scored by Colin Macko, designated hitter.

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In girls lacrosse, Crestwood defeated host Scranton Prep, 68-6, in a game played April 11.

Natasha Koslop led the Lady Comets in scoring with four goals along with an assist while Mackenzie Kile recorded two scores in a Crestwood win.

Also scoring for the Lady Comets were Emily Roberts and Katie Coslett with one goal apiece.

Crestwood goalkeeper Julia Filchak made five saves in the win.

Lady Comets Emily Roberts, Koslop, and Sam Brumagin each recorded an assist.

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The Crestwood boys tennis team dominated visiting MMI Prep winning 4-1 on April 11.

At the No. 1 singles spot, Brandon Krupa captured a straight set win. Also winning in singles were Julien Lacoste and Alex Covelens all won singles.

In doubles, Comets Anthony Ruggeri/Brayden Fenwick also recorded a win.

Crestwood defeated Berwick, 4-1, in a tennis match on April 13

Krupa won a hard fought 3-setter, 6-2, 6-7 (5-7), 10-6, at the No. 1 singles spot on April 13. Also victorious in singles were Lacoste and Covelens.

The team of Joey Gola/Noah Partington captured their singles match in straight sets. +++++

In boys lacrosse, Crestwood lost their first game of the 2018 season to Dallas on Friday, April 13. Though Crestwood controlled most of the game and maintained a lead through three quarters, it was a last few minutes’ burst by the Mounts which allowed them to close the gap and take over a 1 point lead with only 14 seconds left in the game.

Scoring fro Crestwood were: Anthony Caporuscio: 4 goals, 3 assists; Wyatt Malia: 4 goals 1 assist; Trey Zabroski: 1 goal, 3 assists; Sean Murphy: 1 goal, 1 assist; TJ Kulak: 1 goal; Owen Grigas: 1 goal; and Matt Tirpak: 1 assist

Reed Karaska had 16 saves for he Comets.